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Laos - Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric Project (Inglês)

The Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric (NT2) Project seeks to generate revenues through an environmentally and socially sustainable development of NT2's hydropower potential. The project includes a Social and Environment Project (P049290). The Project Appraisal Document (Report No: 31764-LA) covers both projects (P076445 and P049290). This project includes a) the installation of a hydropower facility that will provide 995 MW power for export to Thailand, and an additional 75 MW for domestic use; b) management of environmental and social impacts on the Nakai Plateau, in the NT2 watershed, and in the down-stream areas of the Nam Theun and Xe Bang Fai (XBF) rivers; and, c) monitoring and evaluation arrangements designed to meet sound engineering practices, fiduciary responsibilities, and the respective oversight requirements of the various financial institutions. The project components are as follows. Component I - NT2 Hydropower Facility - comprises a dam (48 meters high) and a 450 k


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    Laos - Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric Project

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